OUR STAFF REPORTER BHOPAL
inister Shivraj Singh Chauhan visited the residence of Shehar Qazi Fazil Kazmi on the occasion of Eid. He extended Eid greetings to Qazi Saheb. On this occasion, BJP State President and MP Prabhat Jha, Minorities Commission Chairman Mohammed Anwar Khan, MLA Dhruvnarayan Singh, BJP district president Alok Sharma and General Secretary Satyarth Prakash Agrawal were also present.
Chief Minister Chauhan also visited the residences of Muslim brethren to greet them on Eid. Chauhan reached the houses of Mufti Abdul Razzak, Peer Saeed Miyan and exchanged greetings.
Chauhan also met Amanullah, son of former Nayab Qazi late Amirullah and Rahimullah, brother of Amanullah at the latter’s residence.
Chief Minister Chauhan took part in Eid- Milan of Bohra Samaj.
He appealed to the members of the community to come forward to help the State alleviate poverty, illiteracy and pave the way for the development of the State.
On this occasion, Amil of Daudi Bohra Samaj and other eminent persons of the community were present.
Chauhan also visited the residence of businessman Sikandar to greet him on this holy festival. Besides, Chauhan also reached Idgah and exchanged Eid greetings with Muslim brethren after latter offered prayer this morning. Chauhan also rained flowers on the people and fondled the children.
Greeting the people on Eid, Chief Minister Chauhan prayed to the almighty for peace, brotherhood and prosperity in the state and country as well as in the world.
Chauhan wished for alleviation of poverty, illiteracy, making agriculture a profitable business, employment to each and every one to get opportunity to grow.
On this occasion, Opposition Leader in Vidhan Sabha Ajay Singh, BJP State President and MP Prabhat Jha, Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee President and MP Kantilal Bhuria, Mayor Krishna Gaur, Madhya Pradesh Minorities Commission Chairman Mohammed Anwar Khan, Bhopal Centre MLA Dhruvnarayan Singh, BJP District President Alok Sharma, former MLA PC Sharma, other public representatives and senior administrative and police officers were present.